Primus announce North American tour

2011-07-18 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 19 Comments
Primus have announced details of a United States and Canada tour beginning in September.

The group's first album in 11 years, Green Naugahyde, is scheduled for release on September 13.

Tour Itinerary:

9/23 - The Orpheum - Boston, MA
9/26 - The National - Richmond, VA
9/27 - Palace Theatre - Albany, NY
9/30 - Roseland Ballroom - New York, NY
10/1 - Tower Theatre - Upper Darby, PA
10/2 - State Theatre - Portland, ME
10/4 - Metropolis - Monteal, QE
10/5 - Massey Hall - Toronto, ON
10/7 - Stage AE - Pittsburgh, PA
10/8 - Main Street Armory - Rochester, NY
10/10 - Louisville Palace - Louisville, KY
10/11 - Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor, MI
10/13 - Orpheum Theater - Madison, WI
10/14 - The Congress - Chicago, IL
10/15 - Val Air Ballroom - Des Moines, IA
10/17 - Ogden - Denver, CO
10/18 - Ogden - Denver, CO
10/20 - Mesa Amphitheater - Mesa, AZ
10/22 - The Wiltern - Los Angeles, CA

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Gmork89
July 18th 2011
7114 Comments


I hope that extra CO date is really SLC.

HenchmanOfSanta
July 18th 2011
1994 Comments


No Ohio dates and I'm not driving to Ann Arbor on a weeknight.

Omnisonic
July 18th 2011
129 Comments


WOOO, Louisville!

AnotherBrick
July 18th 2011
9782 Comments


cant believe they're coming to des moines. too bad i'm not a fan

AtavanHalen
July 18th 2011
17927 Comments


I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY ARE NOT PLAYING IN THE EXACT LOCATION THAT I WISH THEM TO

Ovrot
July 18th 2011
12869 Comments


Fuck yeah.
They have always been on my list of bands to see and they're finally coming here.

McMegaMountain
July 18th 2011
245 Comments


Boring at Roo.

Gmork89
July 19th 2011
7114 Comments


Kickass live.

Spec
July 19th 2011
34316 Comments


I would go to that.

telebyrd
July 19th 2011
869 Comments


i'll be at the ogden

i hope they play big brown beaver (not a chance though)

Powerban
July 19th 2011
2381 Comments


more interested to see how the album turns out.

omnipanzer
July 19th 2011
21813 Comments


Damn it, I don't want to drive to Pittsburgh.
I hope the album is good.

combustion07
July 19th 2011
5583 Comments


Band is killer live. The new album will rule, I have faith.

duckies
July 19th 2011
143 Comments


Can't believe there's no 40° 22' 24" N / 82° 46' 31" W dates. Fuckers.

random
July 19th 2011
2600 Comments


No Ottawa dates. Oh, well.

Rhino
July 19th 2011
71 Comments


It freezes my left one when bands say they are touring Canada, and all they stop at is Toronto and Montreal.

ExpendableYouth
July 19th 2011
7 Comments


hell yes gonna be in madison this fall for college so I'll be seeing them

SwayzeFaced
July 20th 2011
349 Comments


please let Larry LaLonde have more say and stop doing 16th note triplets on your bass for 4 mins at a time.

demigod!
July 20th 2011
49164 Comments


no ottawa dates

feels expected man.

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